Core 77 shares with us a fascinating development by NVIDIA, a graphics and artificial intelligence company.
Let's say that you're in a long virtual meeting with someone and would like to pretend to be paying attention to that person. Just occasionally nodding saying "uh huh" every 30 seconds isn't enough. People expect that you will maintain eye contact through the webcam in order to convincingly feign interest.
INVIDIA has developed an AI-based filter that will automatically present the eyes on display as directed at the camera. In addition to creating the appearance of attentiveness, it's useful when people are reading off of a script, such as a teleprompter, but wish to look their audiences directly in the eye.